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Orientation Objectives and Outcomes

As a result of participating in New Student Orientation, students will:

  • Begin to build relationships with other students and staff
    • Students will feel comfortable asking their orientation leaders for help in the future.
    • Students will learn the names of at least five other new students.
    • Students will be able to name at least two staff members they see as a resource.
    • Students will know who their academic advisor is and/or where they can find them
  • Learn the culture and traditions of UB
    • Students will understand what life is like as a UB student
  • Be excited about their decision to attend UB.
    • Student will identify at least one way they are interested in getting involved at UB.
    • Students will report being more sure of their decision to attend.
  • Understand the resources available to them to support success
    • Students will be able to name at least two university services/staff members
    • Students will know who their academic advisor is and/or where they can find them
  • Understand the basics of financial literacy in the college setting.
    • Students will note an increase in financial literacy.
    • Students will know who to go to with financial questions.